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Ali Zafar revealed the reason behind not singing PSL-4 anthem

The fourth season of the Pakistan Super League will be held in 2019 and the PSL 2019 squads for all teams were finally announced at the end of the PSL Draft that was held on November 20.

The 2019 Pakistan Super League will provide a series of firsts for supporters. In the fourth season of the Twenty20 league, which starts in Dubai in February, AB de Villiers will be making his tournament debut.

The highly-anticipated anthem of Pakistan Super League 2019 was released on Friday.

The anthem for the fourth edition of PSL is titled ‘Khel Deewano Ka’ is now here and fans can now finally listen to it. In a first, Ali Zafar is not the voice behind the PSL anthem.

‘Khel Deewano Ka’ has been sung by Fawad Khan and written by Shuja Haider.

Famous singer Ali Zafar rendered his vocals to the three editions of the Pakistan Super League but surprisingly this year the artist ended the streak, which kept fans wondering over the possible reason.

Spilling beans on the subject on Geo News programme ‘Score’ the singer said that due to a busy schedule he could not manage to sing the theme song and he had informed the organisers about it.

Zafar said that the PSL is a brand now and he is glad over the role he played in its expansion. He said that new faces should now emerge in the field.

Ali Zafar said that whatever he will do in future as an artist will be of good quality.

Every year, a musical anthem is released for the league to promote the tournament. Separate anthems for every team are also released to promote their tournament performances.

The first three PSL anthems were sung by Ali Zafar. In 2016, the anthem was titled ‘Ab Khel Ke Dikha’.

While in 2017 ‘Ab Khel Jamay Ga’ made PSL fans sway to its tunes.

‘Dil Se Jaan Laga De’ which was composed, written, produced and sung by Zafar was released in 2018 and was also extremely popular among fans.

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